Sunday morning and the sun was shining in Limoux for the dancing groups and bands parading around the streets and main square of the town. To think ‘carnival’ all started here, it’s said there would be no Rio de Janeiro or Notting Hill, or any other carnival if in the 14th century the millers of Limoux  hadn’t had a parade to celebrate paying their taxes! Can’t wait for this coming weekend which sees the end of the three month celebrations with the ‘Night of the Blanquette’ where the local sparkling wine and forerunner to champagne flows freely!

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Lovely stay, so much to do!

Had a lovely 7 night stay here last week and would definitely come back again. The accommodation is modern and tastefully decorated with comfortable beds and a lovely private outdoor patio. The room was a good size but we could also access the kitchen and lounge area whenever we wanted to relax and make tea.  We had ...

Loren (London)
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